LoRaWAN Temperature Sensors for Local Government Asset Management

by   Jack Downes, et al.

The purpose of this project is to investigate the suitability of using LoRaWAN technology to conduct temperature studies on local government assets in Australian metropolitan and residential areas. Temperature sensing devices were integrated into the existing LoRaWAN infrastructure at Curtin University with data collected and stored on a remote server. Case studies were performed for the City of Melville to address the suitability for such a system to provide insights into heat islands and urban forests. Testing was completed on the Curtin University campus, replicating the climate conditions, asset types and, dense building and tree environment found in the City of Melville.



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